A restaurant closes, another opens; a cenotaph to move more than an inch; a natural spring springs back – it was nice knowing you, 2018.
Our reporters have been taking note of the most poignant, strange, candid, or eloquent assertions throughout the year.
We at the Rivard Report wanted to share 10 of the most important stories from the past year.
Bexar County Commissioner Paul Elizondo represented the county’s Precinct 2 for more than 35 years and was known for his expertise in county finances.
The new Gonzales Gallery in the Rivard Report offices will open Dec. 11 with a public reception for three San Antonio artists.
The three propositions proposed by the fire union are among the most hotly debated items on the ballot.
Unlike most congressional districts in Texas that have a distinct red or blue shade, this district, which stretches from San Antonio to El Paso, could go either way.
Republican Chip Roy and Democrat Joseph Kopser are vying for the 21st Congressional District seat that is being vacated by retiring Republican Lamar Smith.
Democrat Joe Gonzales and Republican Tylden Shaeffer both served as Bexar County prosecutors before moving into private practice.
Texas House District 121 has become a focal point in this election because it’s the seat vacated by Speaker of the House Joe Straus.